Antihaemorrhagic agents. Other systemic haemostatic drugs
Prevention and control of haemorrhages of different aetiology in superficial and internal capillaries, especially if the bleeding is caused by endothelial lesions, in particular:
– prevention and treatment of bleeding during and after surgery in otolaryngology, gynaecology, obstetrics, urology, dentistry, ophthalmology, and plastic surgery;
– prevention and treatment of capillary bleeding of different aetiology and localisation: haematuria, metrorrhagia, primary hypermenorrhea, hypermenorrhea in women with intrauterine contraceptives, nasal bleeding, bleeding from the gums;
– neonatology: prevention of periventricular haemorrhage in preterm infants.
The medicine should be administered intravenously (slowly) or intramuscularly.
The daily dose of the medicine for adults is 10–20 mg/kg body weight administered in 3–4 injections (in most cases the contents of 1–2 ampoules are administered 3–4 times per day). The daily dose for children is 5–10 mg/kg body weight.